6 results found for 'Geoff Holt'
In Defence of a Dying Art
Issue 208 (2011)
Geoff Holt defends the art of scratchbuilding and talks us through the various techniques and processes required to get started scratchbuilding a locomotive.
Inkerman Street - Aspinall L&Y 2-4-2T
Issue 42 (1990)
Geoff Holt never looks at anything that isn't LNWR and never, ever touches kits - he'd rather risk his neck as an Inkerman Street shopkeeper than swerve from the true path. So what went wrong?
Construction of the Keith Dales/George Norton kit of an Aspinall 2-4-2 radial tank in 1939/40 LMS condition.
LNWR Webb 0-6-0 Special Tank in 7mm
Issue 39 (1990)
Geoff Holt, who usually avoids kits like the plague, builds the latest loco from Eric Underhill, a leading exponent of high quality resin casting. He found it quick, easy and superbly accurate.
Locobuilding in ScaleSeven: A 150 Class for Dewsbury
Compendium 2 (1994)
When commissioning the first locomotive for their 7mm/ScaleSeven layout 'Dewsbury', Bon Essery and friends wisely chose Geoff Holt for the job. His great skills and long experience helped him crack a host of completely new problems and challenges, resulting in a stunning model of one of the Midland's most beautiful locomotives. But he did have to compromise and come through the ordeal with some reservations, concluding that these standards are not for the faint-hearted. Judge for yourself.
The Webb 'Teutonic' Class
Issue 26 (1988)
Both Francis Webb & his remarkable 2-2-2-0 compound engines were misrepresented, says LMS Society Chairman Geoff Holt. Here he attempts to set the record straight and recapture, in 7mm scale, the lines (and complex Joy valve gear) of the 'Teutonics'.
Issue 108 (1999)
Taking the various valve motions of the Webb compounds as his theme, Geoff Holt deals specifically with his 7mm LNWR three-cylinder 0-8-0 goods loco.